Douglas Rushkoff's ADD: tight, smart graphic novel delivers a scathing critique of the commodification of youth culture

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10 Responses to “Douglas Rushkoff's ADD: tight, smart graphic novel delivers a scathing critique of the commodification of youth culture”

  1. Trent Hawkins says:

    “Smart and trenchant, ADD was a great great.”
    a great great great?

  2. Frozen says:

    Ender meets Funzo.

  3. paul beard says:

    Wait, this is fiction? 

  4. Mladen Kalinic says:

    Computer savvy teens? Corrupt adults?  That mix simply oozes with originality.

  5. Scurra says:

    In the UK just before Christmas we got Charlie Brooker’s fantastic Black Mirror series of tv plays – a 21c. version of the Twilight Zone.  The middle one, 15 million merits, was a gloriously cynical vision of the future that awaits us all.

  6. Rob Pugh says:

    “Debut”?  What about Testament or Club Zero-G?

  7. Joe Fitzsimmons says:

    Just wanted to let you know at this point I blindly add everyone of your suggestions to my Amazon wishlist, buy them, and then read them.

  8. Douglas Rushkoff says:

    Preview coming to BoingBoing in two weeks. 

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